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SIMMONS COLLEGE, 300 THE FENWAY, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

1966 








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Questioning absolutes, extracting relationships, testing perspectives; 
creating, understanding, observing, discovering— these are the 
themes of the college experience. They bring us into concert with 
life by making us aware of the essence of life: Change— the 
changing, the changed, the changeable. 

Change is an infinite spectrum. It is the bold, dramatic, and 
profound on the one hand, or the subtle, tenuous, and silent on the 
other. It is the extravagant newness of a ceaseless variety that 
makes life full. Yet, it is also a return to that which was. 

In these four years, we have seen Change in the deaths of great 

leaders: Kennedy, Churchill, Nehru, . . . 

... in the thrust of the Prudential Center urging Boston to new 

directions, . . . 

... in the completion of the thorough and thoughtful Self-Study, 

. . . and in the metamorphosis of young women, achieving an 
identity by overcoming challenges, making decisions, and 
assimilating new experiences. 

And often needing a helping hand, we would like to dedicate the 
1966 MICROCOSM to the one person who has most helped us 
cope with the turbulence and change within ourselves, by being a 
constant and steadying force, . . . 




to HELEN HEARTZ HERZOG, B.A. 

Assistant to the Dean 





ELEANOR CLIFTON, M.A. 

Dean 




JOSEPH GARTON NEEDHAM, Ph.D. 

Vice-President, 
Professor of Psychology 





WILLIAM EDGAR PARK, B.D., D.D., M.S., 
L.H.D., LL.D. 

President 




DOROTHY GOVE RUSSELL, B.S. 

Director of Student Financial Aid 




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KATHARINE MAGEE DAVIS, Ed.M. 

Director of Continuing Education 



The establishment of the Continuing Education Program at 
Simmons testifies to the College's willingness to meet new 
educational demands. As Director of the Program, Mrs. Davis 
presides over a flexible and comprehensive plan which enables 
women to continue interrupted educations, pursue advanced 
degrees, or retrain for new fields by allowing part-time study. Her 
department is responsible for offering counsel to those enrolled in 
the Program as well as to women not currently in college. In 
addition, the Continuing Education department is closely involved 
with the development of new programs for women, such as the 
Program in Urban Youth Teacher Preparation. 

Mrs. Davis's position is both new and exciting. The significance of 
her role and the satisfactions inherent in it are very real. "Response 
to the Program has been terrific," she commented "We must be 



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As Director of Student Financial Aid, Mrs. Russell is involved with 
the processing and evaluation of all applications for financial 
assistance. Of the approximately 33 per cent of the eligible 
undergraduates who do file applications, her office is able to 
provide direct aid for 26 per cent. 

The directorship she now holds was created in May of 1961, 
however, Mrs. Russell has been working at Simmons off and on ever 
since her graduation from the School of Business Administration. 
Her experience has been limited, she admitted, but "I've loved 
every minute of it." 



filling a real need." 




WILLIAM FREDERICK KAHL, Ph.D. 

Provost, and Professor of History 



As Provost, Mr. Kahl occupies a new position in the administrative 
structure of Simmons College. His is a multi-faceted role, one 
which further exemplifies the College's increasing orientation 
towards the future. As complex as it is significant, Mr. Kahl's role 
involves the following: integration of long-range departmental 
plans, initiation of new courses and curriculum revision, co- 
ordination of curriculum review, and recommendation for changes 
in the status of faculty. 

Simmons is growing and developing its curriculum, Mr. Kahl feels. 
Essentially his position serves to centralize responsibility for the 
College's academic affairs. In this manner he is making an 
invaluable contribution to this growth. 



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ALICE ROBINSON BROOKE, B.A. 

Assistant to the Director of Placement 



ANNA MOORE HANSON, B.S. 
Director of Placement 




PRISCILLA LEONARD McKEE 

Assistant to the President 



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YVONNE RAMAUT 
BROADCORENS, B.S. 

Director of Public Information 




JANE ELLEN CURTIN, B.S. 

Director of Admission 



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IRINE TOOMEY 

College Receptionist 




MARY PHILBRICK, VIOLA 
BENSON, SYLVIA SMILEY, ETHEL 
HAYDEN 

Resident Heads 




Maintenance Man 



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ELSIE FEENEY, R.N. 

Assistant to the Director of Health 





JEANNE DeANGELIS 

Secretary to the Director, School 
of Publication 






Finkerton Man 




ALMA BROWNE, B.S. 

Circulatio?i Librarian 



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VIRGINIA LOUISE BRAXTON, B.S. 

Associate Professor of Graphic Arts, 
Director of the Simmons College Press 
Advisor to MICROCOSM '66 





CHARLES STANLEY KONDEK, MT.A. 

Director of the Simmons College Drama Society 



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FRANKLIN CRISPIN DeSUA, Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 





HELEN iMAMIKONIAN, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Russian 



STEPHEN BERTRAN FOLTS, M.S. 

Reference Librarian 

"I'm sorry that your paper is due tomorrow 

but the books are being rebound." 



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WOODROW WILSON BALDWIN, Ed.D. 

Professor of Business, 

Director of the School of Business Administration 



RAYMOND FRANCIS BOSWORTH, M.A. 

Professor of English, 

Director of the School of Publication 

"This is something up with which I will not put." 




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FREDERICK MITCHELL ANDERSON, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 




KAY OPPENHEIM BERG-ANDERSEN, 

Certificat de Fran^ais Litteraire 
Instructor in French 



PHYLLIS AMBLER BRAUNER, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 






DONALD STUART DUNBAR, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Psychology 



ANNE EVELINE COGHLAN, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Biology 



RICHARD BRUCE CARPENTER, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Art History 




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BURTON ABERCROMBIE CLEAVES, Mus.M. 
Assistant Professor of Music 
". . . exploits the virtuosity of the solo 
instrument, . . . use of elaborate underpinning and 
decorative trills." 



TILDEN GERALD EDELSTEIN, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of History 




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DONALD LeSURE FESSENDEN, B.A. 

Lecturer on Journalism 



INA MARY GRANARA, M.A. 
Professor of Chemistry 




KENNETH MYRON GREENE, Ph.D. 

Professor of English, 

Director of the School of Education 



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ELEANOR GERNER GAWNE, Ed.D. 

Associate Professor of Home Economics Education 




SYLVIA GRUBER FEINBURG, B.S. in Ed. 

Special Instructor in Design 



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HENRY JAMES HALKO, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History 
"It's the A-merican tradition." 





JOSEPH LOUIS HOZID, Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 



EDITH FISHTINE HELMAN, Ph.D. 

Professor of Spanish 

"Learning is one of the great tasks and one of 

the great joys of life." 



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BRUCE CARLTON HAWTHORNE, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History 
". . . and just before the Great Crash, the stock 
Market reached a point somewhere between the 
ceihng and the upper ledge of the blackboard." 




ICLAL SIREL HARTMAN, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Che?mstry 



JOHN CLEARY HUNTER, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History 




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MARGARET ANN McKENNA, Ed.M. 

Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies 

"Now girls, try to get at least something down 

for every word." 





CHARLES EDMUND L'HOMME, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 

"By virtue of the bourgeois capitalist society . 



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MANFRED KLEIN, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of German 




ERIC LUSTIG, M.A. 

Instructor in Art History 




LAWRENCE LEE LANGER, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of English 



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CARROLL FRENCH MILES, Ph.D. 

Professor of Government, 

Director of the School of Social Science 




LINDA SMITH MAISTERRA, M.A. 

Instructor in Spanish 




VICTOIRE L. MARCOTTE, 

Diplome d'Etudes Superieures 
Instructor in French 



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SOLITA SALINAS MARICHAL, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 





PAUL RAYMOND NICHOLS, Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics 

"Relative to this . . . relative to that . . . 



MARGARET BONNEY MILLIKEN, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 



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LEO JOHN PARENTE, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Accounting 









GEORGE WILSON NITCHIE, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English 
"Lord love a duck." 



MARY KATHLEEN O'BRIEN, R.N., M.A. 

Instructor in Nursing 



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GEORGIA THEOPHILLIS NOBLE, Ed.M. 

Assistant Professor of Education 
"Creativity, creativity, creativity, ad infinitum." 





DAVID SCOTT PERRY, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Ei2glish 




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MARGARET LOUISE ROSS, Ph.D. 

Professor of Nutrition, 

Director of the School of Home Economics 



ALDEN WRIGHT POOLE, B.S. 

Lecturer on Journalism. 

"Let the facts speak for themselves." 



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MARGARET ROWE, Ed.M. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 
"La-dies." 





PHILIP MORRISON RICHARDSON, Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology 



(CHARLES) RICHARD ROHRBERG, B.A. 

Instructor in Philosophy 



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RICHARD CLARK STERNE, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English 
"What do you mean by that?" 



ATHENA RENTOUMIS THEODORE, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 




WYLIE SYPHER, Ph.D. 

Professor of English, 

Chairman of the Division of Language, 

Literature, and the Arts 

"Let's brush off Plato so we 

can get to Aristotle." 



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JOHN ARREND TIMM, Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry, 
Director of the School of Science 




DAVID SHEPRO, Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology 

"And what did you give him in 

exchange for that little trinket? " 



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EVERETT LEROY TUTTLE, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Biology 



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DINO GRIS VALZ, B.A. 

Lecturer on Book and Magazine Publishing 
"TIME IS MUNYA!" 




ROBERT CAREY VERNON, Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 



ROBERT EUGENE ZIER, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Physics 



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JOEL SOL WEINBERG, M.S. in Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Education 




EDZIA FRYDMAN WEISBERG, M.A. 

Special Instructor in English 



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JOHN SIMMONS 



DON McKEEN, M.A. 

Instructor in French 



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TILAK RAJ KHANNA, M.S., M.S. (in Film) 

Audio-Visual Services Librarian 





DOROTHY WILLIAMS, B.S. 

Associate Professor of P7iblishi?ig, and 
Managing Editor of the Simmons Review 



DORIS OLMSTEAD, Ed.M. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 



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VINCENT J. SCULLY 




and of new viewpoints, 




SARAH CALDWELL 



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"It is the bold, dramatic, and profound . . ." 




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MODERN DANCE CLUB 



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. . . our childhood. 





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BARBARA JOAN ABRAMS 

Government 

20 Clinton Road 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Debating Club 1; Hillel: Rep. 1, Vice- 
Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Social Activities Chair- 
man 4; Roxbury Tutorial Program 2; Jr. 
Welcome Steering Comm. 3. 



Nx\NCY ADLER 
Niirsing 

111 Edgemoor Road 
Rochester, New York 

Glee Club 1; Anne Strong Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; SCOPE 1, 2, Academic Affairs Comm. 
3; Spring Spree 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
3. 



RUTH ABERNATHY 

Ele?nentary Education 

356 Farm Lane 
Westwood, Massachusetts 

Bluettes 1, 2, 3, 4. 





PRUDENCE ADAMS 

Publication 

315 Millbury Avenue 
Millburv, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
3; Honor Board, Sec. 4; SCOPE Arts 
Comm. 4. 



SANDRA ANN AGRAFIOTIS 
English Liberal Arts 

101 Bruce Road 

Manchester, New Hampshire 

Simons News 1; NSA 1, 2; Roxburv Tu- 
torial Program 2; Bush Art Fund Bazaar 
2; Campus Guide 2; Volunteer Work 3; 
Yoga Club 3; SCOPE Arts Comm. 3, 4. 



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MARILYN ARLINE ARMSTRONG 

English Education 

11400 Governor Avenue 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Floor Rep. 2; Campus Guide 2; Olde 
English Dinner Chairman 3; Jr. Wel- 
come Co-ordinating Comm. Chairman 3; 
Dorm Treas. 3; House Counselor 4. 



CONCETTA MARIE AMABILE 

Retailing 

175 Glenview Road 
South Orange, New Jersey 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Newman Club 
1, 2, 3; Prince Club 2, 3. 





ROBERTA LEE BAKER 

Physical Therapy 

204 Colorado Street 
Mattapan, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Commuter Organization 1, 2, 3; 
Physical Therapy Club 2, 3; Olde Eng- 
lish Dinner 3. 



JANE ELIZABETH ASHLINE 

Nursing 

262 Washington Street 
Gloucester, Massachusetts 

Anne Strong Club 3, 4. 



ANDREA THERESIA BADER 

Publication 

6 Charles Street 
Valley Falls, New York 

Newman Club 2; Campus Guide 2; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3. 



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BONNIE ANN BAXT 
History Education 

400- 19th Avenue 
Paterson, New Jersey 

Class Mascot Comm. Chairman 2; Father- 
Daughter Weekend, Dutch Treat Sup- 
per Comm. 2; Campus Guide 2; Volun- 
teer Work 2; House Counselor 3. 



JOAN BARONE 

Biology 

305 Langdon Street 
Providence, Rhode Island 

Newman Club 2; Dorm Social Activities 
Chairman 3; Dorm Pres. 4. 




NANCY ANN- 
KATHRYN BELCHER 

Government 

32 Maple Avenue 
Clinton, Connecticut 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 
3; Spring Spree 2; Olde English Dinner 
3. 




LESLIE JOAN BARR 

Economics 

3416 Woodvalley Drive 
Pikesville, Maryland 



EMMY LOU BEATTIE 

History Education 

Pegan Lane 

Dover, Massachusetts 

Commuter Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle 
Frangais 3, 4. 



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NANCY ELLEN BIRNBAUM 
Communky Work 

12 Old Mamaroneck Road 
White Plains, New York 

Class Exec. Board 2; House Counselor 3; 
Library Comm. 4; Honor Board Rep. 4. 




LESLIE MARGARET BLANK 

Publication 

177 Lafayette Circle 
Cincinnati, Ohio 





PAULA DENISE BLUMIN 

Home Economics 

25 Kimball Road 
Lakewood, New Jersey 

Hillel, Sec. 2; Home Economics Club 2, 
3,4. 



EMILY LOUISE BINDER 

French Education 

70 Craig Street 
Milton, Massachusetts 

Fund Drive 2; Le Cercle Frangais 2, 3, 4. 




HELEN B. BOX 

Nursing 

39 Broadway 
Beverly, Massachusetts 

Transferred from Massachusetts General 
Hospital, 1964. 



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JANET MAY BRANCH 

Retailing 

91 Grant Street 
Lexington, Massachusetts 

Commuter Organization 2, 3; Prince 
Club 2, 3, 4; Transfer Welcome Comm. 
3; Speakers' Bureau 3, 4; Academy 4; 
Transferred from Skidmore College, 
1963. 



DANNA SUE BRAMS 
Community Work 

38 Narrowrocks Road 
Westport, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; Volunteer Work. 






ILENE FRANCES BRAUN 

Retailing 

8 East Road 

Great Neck, Long Island, New York 

Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3; 
Student Zionist Organization 2, 3; Soph. 
Luncheon Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; 
Prince Club 3, 4. 



MARYBETH BRENNAN 

Publication 

70 Sherwood Road 
Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Swim Club 1; Simmons News 2, 3, Pho- 
tographer 4; SCOPE Lectures Comm. 3; 
NSA Rep. 4. 



KATHRYN JANE BRUSIE 

Mathe?natics Education 

R.D. #2 

Millerton, New York 

Ji*. Welcome Comm. 3. 



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WENDY ALISON BUCHAREST 

Sociology 

82 High Street 
Orange, New Jersey 

Floor Rep. 2; Transfer Welcome Comm. 
3; Volunteer Work 3, 4; Semester 
Abroad, Austria 3. 



BETTY MARCENE (MORRISSEY) 
BULLOCK 

Mathematics 

211 Park Drive 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Potpourri Dorm Rep. 2; House Coun- 
selor 3. 



BEVERLY JOAN BURBANK 

Biology 

Sea Gull Street 
Rockport, Massachusetts 

Swim Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; 
House Counselor 4. 






SARAH LOUISE BURNETT 

Nursing 

111 South Street 
Walpole, Massachusetts 

Daisy Chain 2; Floor Rep. 2; Class 
Treas. 2, 3, 4; Dorm Treas. 3; Jr. Wel- 
come Comm. 3; Bluettes 3, 4. 



ANN BURKHOLDER 
Hovie Economics Education 

Bowman Street 
Westboro, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Home Economics 
Club 2, 3; Modern Dance Club 2, 3; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3. 



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LOUISE EVELYN CALDERONI 

Hovte Economics 

56 Piedmont Street 
Arlington, Massachusetts 

Home Economics Club: Rep. 2, Vice- 
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 
4. 



MARY ANN CAMPELLO 
Retailing 

4 Wallace Road 
Lynn, Massachusetts 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Newman Club 
1, 2; Floor Rep. 2; Prince Club, Sec. 3. 





DONNA LEE CARTER 

Mathematics 

R.F.D. #4 

West Scarborough, Maine 

Young Democrats 1, 2, 3; Stu-G Rep. 4. 



MARY VIRGINIA CASS 
Comfminity Work 

87 Chestnut Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1; Stu-G Commuter Rep. 1; 
Class Exec. Board 2; NSA Rep. 2; 
School of Nursing Student-Faculty 
Comm. 3; Freshman Banquet Chairman 
3. 




PAMELA JOY CETLIN 

French Education 

41 Jenkins Road 
Andover, Massachusetts 



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MAUREEN ANN CAVANAUGH 

Mathematics 

137 Shore Street 
Falmouth, Massachusetts 

Recreation Association Rep. 1; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Young Democrats 2, 3; Jr. 
Prom Decoration Comm. 3; Volunteer 
Work 3, 4; Class Rep. 4. 





ANNE RUTLEDGE CONSTABLE 
Publication 

261 Elm Avenue 
Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Simmons News 3; Jr. Prom 3; Class Rep. 
3; S.D.S. 3, 4; Volunteer Work 3, 4; 
House Counselor 4; Transferred from 
Hershey Junior College, 1963. 



JOYCE KATHLEEN CHAMBERS 

Business Administration 

5318 Richenbacher Avenue 
Alexandria, Virginia 

Swim Club 1; Le Cercle Frangais 1; 
Freshman Office Staff 1; Campus Guide 
2; House Counselor 3; Bush Art Fund 
Bazaar, Treas. 3; Simmons News, Busi- 
ness Manager 3, 4. 




SUZAN BETH CHATIS 

English Liberal Arts 

12 Brewster Terrace 
Swampscott, Massachusetts 



SHARON COLE 

Publication 

170 Main Street 
Wenham, Massachusetts 

Tennis Team 1; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 



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JACQUELINE LOIS COOK 

Mathematics Education 

323 Woodbridge Street 
Manchester, Connecticut 

Dorm Asst. Social Activities Chairman 
I; Dorm Social Activities Chairman 2; 
Spring Spree 2; Dorm Pres. 3; Interna- 
tional Relations Association 3; Roxbury 
Tutorial Program 4; Academy 4. 



MAXINE ADELE COOPER 

Fhysics 

30 Montview Street 
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 

Roxbury Tutorial Program 1; Hillel 1, 2, 
3; Campus Guide 2; NSA, Sec.-Treas. 2; 
SCOPE: Films Comm. 2, Lectures 
Comm. 3, Arts Comm. 4; House Coun- 
selor 3; Academic Affairs Comm. 4. 



JENNIFER LANE COURTNEY 

Publication 

197 Cleveland Drive 
Croton-on-Hudson, New York 

Glee Club 1, 2, Publicity Chairman 3; 
Simmons News 4. 






NANCY EILEEN COUGHLIN 
Business Administration 

40 Summer Street 
Oakland, Maine 

Campus Guide 2; Diving Club 2; Yoga 
Club 3; Microcosm, Sales Manager 4. 



LOUISE ALLISON CORT 

English Liberal Arts 

16801 Fernway Road 
Shaker Heights, Ohio 

SCOPE: Films Comm. Chairman 2; Arts 
Comm. Chairman 3; Pres. 4; Potpourri, 
Editor 3; Self-Study Presentation Comm. 
3; Academy 4. 



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BEATRICE N. COXHEAD 
Physical Therapy 

Llewellun Park 

West Orange, New Jersey 

Swim Club 1; Campus Guide 2; Tennis 
Team 2, 3; Class Sec. 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; Physical Therapy Club Rep. 
4. 



SANDRA ELIZABETH 
DABROWSKI 

English Education 

17 Knight Avenue 
Easthampton, Massachusetts 

Stu-G Rep. 1; Olde English Dinner 3; 
Spring Spree 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; 
SCOPE 4. 






JANET LYNN DAVIDSON 

Publication 

234 Dawes Avenue 
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Social Activities Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Anne 
Strong Club 2; Soph. Luncheon Enter- 
tainment Comm. 2; Simmons College 
Handbook, Asst. Editor 4; Roxbury 
Tutorial Program 4; Dorm Vice-Pres. 4; 
Microcosm, Technical Co-Editor 4. 



JULIA FRANCES D'ALTON 

Publication 

114 East 90th Street 
New York, New York 



MARY JOAN DEMASO 

English Liberal Arts 

23 Hastings Road 
Lexington, Massachusetts 



May Breakfast, Publicity Co-Chairman Modern Dance Club 1, Vice-Pres. 2, 
2; Asst. Fire Captain 3; Olde English Pres. 3, 4. 
Dinner 3. 



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DONNA ELAINE DENEKAMP 

Nursing 

20 Woodard Road 
Walpole, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1, 2; Campus Guide 2; Anne 
Strong Club 3; Sailing Club 3. 




JACQUELINE DOUGHTY 

Nursing 

Chebeague Island, Maine 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Stu-G Rep. 1; 
Campus Guide 2; NSA Rep. 2, 3; Anne 
Strong Club 2, 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
3; House Counselor 4. 




MARIE PEACOCK DRESSER 

Nursing 

Cranmore Road 

North Conway, New Hampshire 

Glee Club 1; Bluettes 2, 3, 4; Anne 
Strong Club 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 




MARY ELLEN DONOVAN 

Elementary Education 

111 Appleton Street 
Arlington, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 



ROSLYN CAROL DOPKIN 

Economics 

3400 Winterset Court 
Baltimore, Maryland 

House Counselor 3. 



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DONNA CHRISTINA DUGUID 

Physical Therapy 

1178 Ardsley Road 
Schenectady, New York 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Physical Ther- 
apy Club 1, 2; Campus Guide 2; Dorm 
Social Activities Chairman 3; Jr. Wel- 
come Comm. 3. 



MARTHA PARTRIDGE 
DUKELOW 

Elementary Education 

246 Plain Street 
Millis, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1; Class Rep. 2; Floor 
Rep. 2; Campus Guide 2; May Breakfast 
Chairman 2; All-College Elections, Pub- 
licity Co-Chairman 2; Dorm Pres. 3; Stu- 
G, Appointment Comm. Chairman 4; 
Class Pres. 4. 





MARY FRANCES DUNN 
French Education 

Dunn's Lane 

Old Lyme, Connecticut 

Glee Club 1; Jr. Year Abroad, France 
3. 



RUTH M. DULAC 

Nursing 

141 Washington Street 
Belmont, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Newman Club 2; All- 
College Elections Co-Chairman 2; Anne 
Strong Club 2, 3, 4; Stu-G: Rep. 2, 3, 
Honorary Award Chairman 3, First 
Vice-Pres. 4. 




CHERYL ANN DUNSTON 

English Liberal Arts 

14 Hemlock Drive 
Natick, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; SCOPE Music Comm. 
3; Stu-G, Appointment Comm. Sec. 4. 



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JEAN M. EATON 

English Education 

60 Oak Street 
Needham, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1; Public Relations Comm. 1; 
Academic Affairs Comm. 2; Honor 
Board Rep. 2; Campus Guide 2; Spring 
Spree, Lectures Chairman 2; House 
Counselor 3; Honor Board Chairman 4. 



ELLEN RUTH EISENBERG 

Psychology 

239 Jackman Avenue 
Fairfield, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; May Breakfast 2; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3. 





AMELIA ELIZABETH ENNIS 
Nursing 

12 Godfrey Street 
Willimantic, Connecticut 

Roxbury Tutorial Program 1; Anne 
Strong Club 2; Class Exec. Board 3; Stu- 
dent Assistant 4. 



MARGARET ANN ELIAS 
English Liberal Arts 



MARY JANE ELIAS 

Business Administration 



610 Seney Avenue 
Mamaroneck, New York 



610 Seney Avenue 

Mamaroneck, New York 

Campus Guide 2; Roxbury Tutorial Transferred from Hood College, 1964. 

Program 3; McGill Conference 

World Affairs 4. 



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ELLEN LOUISE EPSTEIN 

Publication 

91 Laurel Place 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Si'nnnons News 1, 2, 3; Hillel 1, Sec. 2; 
Soph. Luncheon 2; House Counselor 4; 
Microcosm, Asst. Editor 4. 



REGINA FISHER 

Publication 

1040 Barry Lane 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Floor Rep. 2; Campus Guide 2; Spring 
Spree 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 



BARBARA JUDY EPSTEIN 

Government 

80 Oltefield Road 
Newton, Massachusetts 

NSARep. 2, 3; S.D.S. 3,4. 




ELLEN GENE FEINSTEIN 

Elementary Education 

1040 South Negley Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Tennis Team 1, 2, 3. 




CAROL ANNE FIELD 
Business Administration 

280 Rumstick Point 
Barrington, Rhode Island 

Christian Association 1, Chairman 2, 3, 
4; Father-Daughter Weekend, Invitation 
Chairman 2; Dorm Treas. 2, 3; Student 
Assistant 4. 



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FRANCESCA L. FROST 

Publication 

175 Webster Park 
Columbus, Ohio 




BARBARA ANNE FLANNERY 

Psychology 

41 Cherryfield Drive 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; Jr. Prom Decoration 
Comm. 3; Dorm Sec. 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; Dorm Pres. 4; Stu-G, Honor- 
ary Award Comm. 4. 




ELIZABETH C. FITZGERALD 

Coinmiinity Work 

6 Sidney Street 

West Warwick, Rhode Island 

Class Rep. 1; Newman Club 1; May 
Breakfast 1; Speakers' Bureau 1, 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Activities Chair- 
man 2; Soph. Luncheon 2; SCOPE Arts 
Comm. 2; Christmas Cotillion 3; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3; Spring Spree 3; 
Olde English Dinner 3; Mock U. N. 
Delegate 3; International Relations As- 
sociation 3, 4; Social Relations, Treas. 4. 





JOANNE FLEISHER 

Government 

1330 Gilbert Road 
Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania 

Father-Daughter Weekend 2; SCOPE 
Films Comm. 2; Spring Spree, Booth 
Chairman 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; 
Dorm Vice-Pres. 3; Simmons News 3, 4. 



LYNN MARIE FOSHER 
English Liberal Arts 

Route #3 

Concord, New Hampshire 

Campus Guide 2; Simfnons News 2, 3, 
Feature Editor 4; House Counselor 3. 



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ANDREA JOAN FRIEDMAN 

Psychology 

Balmville Road M.D. 16 

Newburgh, New York 

Volunteer Work 1; Father-Daughter 
Weekend 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; 
Student Comm. on Academic Affairs 4; 
Academy 4. 





JANET RUTH GARBOSE 

Publication 

73 Edgell Street 
Gardner, Massachusetts 



NANCY LEE GARBER 

Retailing 

26 Pine Grove Avenue 
Sharon, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Class Exec. Board 2; Prince 
Club 2, 3. 




SHARON (ROSEN) GALLER 

Psychology 

167 Columbia Boulevard 
Waterbury, Connecticut 

Hillel 1; Campus Guide 2. 



SANDRA SUE (GOLDEN) 
GANDEL 

Business Administration 

50 Peterborough Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Drama Society 2. 



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SUSAN HEDY GARDY 

Fublicatio7i 

6A Pleasant Street 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

Fund Drive Chairman 2. 



MARY F. GLANZROCK 

Cormnunity Work 

136 East 56th Street 
New York, New York 

Volunteer Work 3 . 



BARBARA JOAN (MARAN) 
GOLDBERG 

Publication 

14 Temple Street 
Framingham, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 2; Father-Daughter Weekend 
Co-Chairman 2; Class Social Activities 
Chairman 3. 




CAROL LEE GOLDMAN 

Ele?nentary Education 

18 Walcott Road Extension 
Brookline, Massachusetts 




DOLLY ROSE GOLART 

Physical Therapy 

471 Montauk Avenue 
New London, Connecticut 

Speakers' Bureau 1, 2, 3; NSA Rep. 1, 2; 
Physical Therapy Club 2, 3, 4; Campus 
Guide 2; Spring Spree Chairman 2; Bush 
Art Fund Bazaar 2; International Rela- 
tions Association 2, 4; Olde English 
Dinner, Decorations Chairman 3; Cam- 
pus Guide Chairman 3; May Breakfast, 
Hostess Chairman 3; Mock U.N. Chair- 
man 4; Microcosm, Business Manager 4. 



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NANCY CLARE GOODWIN 

Psychology 

17 Turn of River Road 
Stamford, Connecticut 

Drama Society 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Transfer 
Welcome Comm. 3; Student Assistant 4. 




JOY ELIZABETH GOLDBERG 

French Education 

2094 Chapel Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Class Vice-Pres. 1; Le Cercle Frangais 1; 
House Pres. Council, Sec. 2; Class Exec. 
Board 2; Campus Guide 2; Daisy Chain 
2; Father-Daughter Weekend 2; Stu-G 
Rep. 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 





ALICIA MARY GOLDEN 

Elementary Education 

28 Louders Lane 

Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1; Drama Society 2. 



JANICE DEE GOLDMAN 

Fsychology 

130 Marshall Avenue 
Lowell, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Psychology Club 3, 4; Volun- 
teer Work 3. 



BARBARA LOUISE GOLDSTEIN 

Community Work 

10 West Selden Street 
Mattapan, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1, 2, 3; Commuter Organization 1, 
2, 3,4; Volunteer Work 4. 



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LESLIE JOAN GOLDWASSER 

Physical Therapy 

38 West Lawn Drive 
Teaneck, New Jersey 

Dorm Asst. Fire Captain 1; Father- 
Daughter Weekend 2; Campus Guide 2; 
Physical Therapy Club 2, 3, 4; Dorm 
Fire Captain 2, 3, 4; Skit Night, Dorm 
Chairman 3. 




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SANDRA CAROLE GOLDSTEIN 

Mathematics 

37 Dartmouth Road 
Marblehead, Massachusetts 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Simmons News 
1, 2; Stu-G, Asst. Treas. 2; Dorm Vice- 
Pres. 2; Dorm Fire Captain 4. 



SALLY MARSHALL HAMILTON 

Government 

357 Melrose Place 

South Orange, New Jersey 




BARBARA ANN GOLTZ 
Home Economics 

710 Rock Street 

Fall River, Massachusetts 



NANCY SUE GORDON 
Elementary Education 

64 Vermont Street 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



Drama Society 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Class Social Activities Chairman 1, 2; 
Relations Comm. 3; Transfer Welcome Father-Daughter Weekend Chairman 2; 
Comm. 3; Home Economics Club 4. Campus Guide 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 

3. 



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EDITH LOUISE GORDON 

Elementary Education 

13 Teddy Lane 
Norwich, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; Father-Daughter Week- 
end 2; Spring Spree 2. 



JOAN MARK GOURGAS 

Fhysics 

37 Bryant Avenue 
Milton, Massachusetts 

Commuter Basketball Team 1, 2; May 
Breakfast, Hostess Comm. Chairman 2; 
Campus Guide 2. 





KATHRYN LOUISE GRANGE 

Mathe?natics Education 

1736-45th Street 
Pennsauken, New Jersey 

Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 
3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; SCOPE, 
Treas. 3; Class Social Activities Co- 
Chairman 4. 



EDA MARLENE GORDON 

Publication 

37 Clarendon Avenue 
Providence, Rhode Island 

Campus Guide 2; Stu-G, Public Rela- 
tions Comm. 2; Le Cercle Frangais 2; 
Professor Lecture Series, Chairman 2, 3; 
SCOPE, Publicity Chairman 3; Simmons 
News: Copy Editor 3, News Editor 4; 
Academic AflFairs Chairman 4. 




SUSAN PAULETTE GRAY 

Psychology 

556 First Parish Road 
Scituate, Massachusetts 

Christmas Cotillion 3; Commuter-Dorm 
Comm. 4; Psychology Club, Publicity 
Comm. 4. 



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CAROLE GROSSMAN 

English Liberal Arts 

7540 Eastern Avenue N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 

Roxbury Tutorial Program 1; Drama 
Society 2; S.D.S. 3. 



SUSAN C. HAMACHER 

Publication 

104 Pollen Road 
Lexington, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 





JUDITH LYNN HARGREAVES 

Nursing 

97 Dartmouth Street 
Portland, Maine 

Anne Strong Club 2, 3; Modern Dance 
Club 2, 3; SCOPE Music Comm. 4. 



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LINDA GRAY HARRIS 

English Education 

2211 Riverside Avenue 
Somerset, Massachusetts 

Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Datebook 
Chairman 2; Spring Spree 2; Campus 
Guide 2; Class Exec. Board 2; Recrea- 
tion Association, Sec. 3; Stu-G, Asst. 
Sec. 3; SCOPE 3; House Counselor 3; 



NANCY RUTH GOLDSTEIN 

Economics-Mathematics 

14 Stratford Road 
Scarsdale, New York 

Hillel 1, 2;DormTreas. 2. 




PATRICIA MARY HAYES 

History Education 

20 South Main Street 
Millbury, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Volunteer Work, 4. 





MARTHA EILEEN HARRIS 

Community Work 

15 Dudley Street 
Presque Isle, Maine 

Campus Guide 2; Public Relations 2; 
Floor Rep. 2; House Counselor 3; Social 
Relations 3, Volunteer Service Chairman 
4; Student Assistant 4. 



WENONA MAY HART 

Psychology 

3 Adams Road 
Concord, Massachusetts 

Commuter Organization 1, 2, 3; Chris- 
tian Association 2, 3, 4; Intervarsity 
Christian Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Psychology 
Club 2, 3, 4. 





ANN STEWART HAYWARD 

Government 

4 Elder Avenue 
Yeadon, Pennsylvania 

Class Rep. 1; Soph Luncheon 2; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3; International Rela- 
tions Association, Sec.-Treas. 3, 4; Dorm 
Treas. 4. 



BEVERLY MAE HECTOR 

Nursing 

55 Brunswick Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Transferred from Boston City Hospital, 
1964. 



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LYNDA MERLE HELWIG 

Physical Therapy 

531 Center Street 
Manchester, Connecticut 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Physical Ther- 
apy Club 1, 2; Floor Rep. 2; Campus 
Guide 2; Class Rep. 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. Co-Chairman 3; Stu-G Rep. 4. 



JANET ESTA HERMAN 

Co/mnunity Work 

102 Mountainwood Road 
Stamford, Connecticut 

Hillel 1; S.D.S. 1; Student Zionist Or- 
ganization 1; National Conference of 
Christians and Jews Co-Chairman 2; 
NSA: Sec.-Treas. 3, Treas. 4; SCOPE, 
Sec. 4; Transferred from University of 
Rhode Island, 1963. 





JEANNE MARIE HERTERICK 
Retailing 

177 Concord Avenue 
Lexington, Massachusetts 

Volunteer Work 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 
2, 3; Prince Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Rep. 4; 
Young Republicans, Exec. Comm. Chair- 
man 3, 4. 




ANN EASTWOOD HICKOK 

Nursing 

276 Main Street 
Goshen, New York 

International Relations Association Pub- 
licity Chairman 1, Sec.-Treas. 2; Anne 
Strong Club, Refreshment Chairman 2; 
Campus Guide 2; Transfer Welcome 
Comm. 3; Jr. Prom Decoration Comm. 
3. 




JENNIFER ANN HESKETH 
Community Work 

Mobil Sekiyu K.K. 
CPO Box 862 
Tokyo, Japan 

House Counselor 3; Honor Board Rep. 
4. 



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SUE CAROL HILDRETH 

Nursi?jg 

16220 Bertero Avenue 
San Lorenzo, California 

School of Nursing Student-Faculty 
Comm. 4. 





BARBARA MARIE HILLI 

Biology 

103 Pinewood Trail 
Trumbull, Connecticut 

Academy 4. 



MOLLY- JANE ISAACSON 

Psychology Liberal Arts 

63 Loring Avenue 
Auburn, Maine 

Simmons News 1; Hillel 1; Campus 
Guide 2; House Counselor 3; Psychol- 
ogy Club 3; Speakers' Bureau 3, 4; Stu- 
G Rep. 3, 4. 




JOYCE ANN HITCHCOX 
Psychology 

1180 Tice Place 
Westfield, New Jersey 



RUTH HIRSHBERG 

English Education 

94 Nottinghill Road 
Brighton, Massachusetts 



Glee Club 1, 2; Simmons News 2; Campus Guide 2; Soph. Luncheon 2; 
Transfer Welcome Comm. 3. Fund Drive 2. 



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WENDY (SARGON) JACOBSON 

English Liberal Arts 

52 Beaconsfield Road 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Hillel: Rep. 1, 3, 4, Program Comm. 
Chairman 2; Commuter Organization 1, 
2, 3, 4; Campus Guide 2; Transfer Wel- 
come Comm. 3; Social Relations, Sec- 
Treas. 3; Jr. Prom, Seating Comm. Co- 
Chairman 3; Student Zionist Organiza- 
tion 4; Academy 4. 



CAROL JEAN ISENBERG 

Elementary Education 

580 Greenbrook Road 
North Plainfield, New Jersey 

Simmons News 1, 2; Campus Guide 2; 
Dorm Vice-Pres. 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3. 



ANN HARRIET JACKOWITZ 
History Education 

162 Green Street 
Hudson, New York 

Glee Club 1; Floor Rep. 2; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3. 






SHERYL MAIDA JAFFE 

Government 

553 Central Avenue 
Cedarhurst, New York 

Spring Spree 2; Volunteer Work 2. 



JANE WYATT (MAYER) 
JOHNSON 

Publication 

131 Park Drive 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Recreation Association Rep. 1; Campus 
Guide 2; Class Rep. 2; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3. 



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LINDA B. JOHNSON 

Physical Therapy 

3200 Bonnell Avenue SE 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Swim Club 1; 
May Breakfast 2; Physical Therapy Club 
2, 3, 4; Olde English Dinner 3; Saihng 
Team, Captain 3, 4; Volunteer Work 3. 



EILEEN BRIDGET KEEGAN 

Psychology 

27 Lincoln Street 
Andover, Massachusetts 

Simmons Night at Pops Co-Chairman 2; 
Glee Club 2, 3; Transfer Welcome 
Comm. Co-Chairman 3; Dorm Sec. 3; 
Cap and Gown Co-Chairman 4; Psy- 
chology Club 4. 





JANICE WENDY KAUFMAN 

Elementary Education 

94 Golf View Terrace 
Fairfield, Connecticut 

Hillel: Inter-Boston Council Rep. 1-, Sec. 
and Social Chairman 2, Rep. 3, 4; 
SCOPE 1, 2; Volunteer Work 1, 2; 
Spring Semester at University of Vienna 
2; Class Exec. Board 3; House Counselor 
4. 



CAROL ZVIA KARTEN 

History Education 

130 Lexington Avenue 
Cranston, Rhode Island 



ELIZABETH ANN KENNEY 
Publication 

266 Village Street 
Millis, Massachusetts 



House Counselor 3; Student Assistant 4. Basketball Team 1; Newman Club 1; 

Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus 
Guide 2; Senior Week Chairman 4. 



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SALLY SOUTHALL KINCANNON 

Publication 

6116 Patterson Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 

Campus Guide 2; Dorm Sec. 2; May 
Breakfast 2; Christmas Cotillion 3; Jr. 
Prom 3; Class Vice-Pres. 3, 4; House 
Counselor 4. 





NANCY ELIZABETH KIERNAN 

Nursing 

37 Thompson Lane 
Milton, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Anne Strong Club: 
Asst. Program Chairman 2, Communica- 
tor 3, Pres. 4; Swim Club, Sec. 3; School 
of Nursing Student-Faculty Comm. 3, 4; 
Class Social Activities Co-Chairman 4. 




SARA KATHERINE KING 

Biology 

10 Mystic Lane 
Darien, Connecticut 





LYNN KILBY 
Nursing 

66 Amuxen Court 

Islip, Long Island, New York 



KATHERINE MARIE KINSELLA 

English Education 

61 Edgemont Road 
Scarsdale, New York 



Anne Strong Club, Refreshment Chair- Roxbury Tutorial Program 1 ; Swim Club 
man 2, 3; Father-Daughter Weekend 1, 2, Pres. 3. 
2; Jr. Prom Decoration Comm. 3. 



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ARYNA ELLEN KURENS 

Mathematics 

9425-57th Avenue 
Elmhurst, New York 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Soph. Work- 
shop 2; Summer Reading Chairman 3; 
SCOPE Music Comm., Sec. 3; House 
Counselor 3; Academy 4. 



KATHERIN ANN KRAKAUER 
Biology 

9 George Street 
Andover, Massachusetts 

Dorm Treas. 3; Recreation Association, 
Vice-Pres. 3; Jr. Welcome Comm., 
Hostess Comm. Chairman 3; Stu-G, 
Asst. Treas. 3; SCOPE: Music Comm. 
Chairman 3, Lectures Comm. Chairman 
4; Academic Affairs Comm. 4. 




NANCY PHYLLIS KRAUS 
Community Work 




51 Pleasant Place 
Kearny, New Jersey 



Volunteer Work 
Social Relations 
Chairman 3. 



1; Soph. Workshop 2; 
3; Hillel, Cultural 





BARBARA LOIS KUGELL 

Government 

194 Manhattan Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; Transfer Welcome 
Comm. 3; Olde English Dinner, Punch 
Parties Chairman 3; SCOPE Lectures 
Comm. 4; Microcosm 4. 




MARILYN ANN KORENYI 
English Education 

5 Hilltop Manor 
Danbury, Connecticut 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Soph. Work- 
shop 2; Olde English Dinner 2; Jr. Wel- 
come Comm. 3. 



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ANTOINETTE FRANCES 
LaMONICA 

Government 

22045 Camelot Court 
Birmingham, Michigan 

Dance Club 1, 2; Jr. Year Abroad, 
Vienna; Stu-G Rep. 2, 4. 



KATHRYN G. LALLEY 

Business Administration 

200 Brook Lane 
Cheshire, Connecticut 

Class Rep. 1; House Counselor 3. 





MARSHA BETH LANTNER 

Elefnentary Education 

120 Highland Street 
Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Simmons News 
1; Volunteer Work 1, 2; SCOPE Music 
Comm. 3; Glee Club 3. 



PAULINE MAY LATTY 

English Education 



JOAN FRANCES LAUBNER 

Economics 



18 Barnesdale Road 
Natick, Massachusetts 



25 Willow Street 
Yarmouth, Maine 

Campus Guide 2; Transfer Welcome Soph Workshop 2; Simmons News 2. 
Comm. 3. 



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CONSTANCE ELLEN LAWN 

Government 

274 Lenox Avenue 
West End, New Jersey 

Le Cercle Frangais 1; Roxbury Tutorial 
Program 1; Hillel 1, 2; Simmons News 
2; Ski Club 2; Jr. Year Abroad, Paris 3. 



DIANNE ELIZABETH LEARY 

English Education 

2055 Chapel Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Basketball Team 1; Dorm Vice-Pres. 2; 
Soph. Luncheon 2; House Counselor 3; 
Bridge Club Tournament Chairman 4. 



ERNESTYNE DENISE LAWSON 

Nursing 

Frothingham House 
Van Wies Point 
Glenmont, New York 

Swim Club 1; Anne Strong Club 2, 3. 





LINDA SUE LENGE 

Business Administration 

6721 Holmes Road 
Kansas City, Missouri 

Spring Spree 2; Father-Daughter Week- 
end 2; Dorm Sec. 2; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; Modern Dance Club, Sec. 3; 
Dorm Vice-Pres. 3; Bush Art Fund Ba- 
zaar Chairman 3 ; Stu-G, Sec. 4. 



MARY ELLEN LEHTINEN 

English Education 

Forest Street 
Dunstable, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Campus 
Guide 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; Stu-G 
Rep. 4. 



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SUSAN FRAYDA LUGER 
Community Work 

90 Tracey Place 
Englewood, New Jersey 

Volunteer Work 1, 3; Dorm Vice-Pres 
and Sec.-Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Jr. 
Prom, Publicity Chairman 3; Glee Club, 
Pres. 4. 



GAIL LOUISE LIPA/IAN 

English Educatio77 

47 Lake Street 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Father-Daughter Weekend, 
Education Tea Chairman 2; Dorm Social 
Activities Chairman 3; NBBS Campus 
Rep. 4. 





ALANA L. LORD 

Physical Therapy 

SS Lafayette Street 
Yarmouth, Maine 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Campus Guide 2; 
Physical Therapy Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Wel- 
come Comm. 3; Speakers' Bureau 3. 



MARIE EILEEN LOUGHRAN 

Retailing 

Presidential Drive 
Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania 

Prince Club 3, 4; Sailing Club 4; Trans- 
ferred from College of New Rochelle, 
1964. 





ANNE LENGYL 
Business Adininistration 

4 Lexington Avenue 
Antwerp, New York 



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SUSAN MacKAY 
Community Work 

24 Eleanor Road 

North Haven, Connecticut 

Father-Daughter Weekend 2; Olde Eng- 
lish Dinner 3; Volunteer Work 3; Mock 
U.N. Delegate 3; International Relations 
Association 3, Pres. 4; Social Relations 3, 
4; Transfer Welcome Comm. 3. 





MANUELA DIANNE MAISTRELLIS 
French Education 

62 Andover Street 
Peabodv, Massachusetts 

Commuter Organization 1, 2; Le Cercle 
Frangais 2; Jr. Year Abroad, Paris 3; 
Academy 4. 



NANCY (LAWRENCE) MacVICAR 
Home Economics 

1 1 Denver Street 
Saugus, Massachusetts 

Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Campus 
Guide 2; Academy 4. 




ROBERTA FORD MacRITCHIE 

Physical Therapy 

Old Mail Road 
Chatham, Massachusetts 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Physical Therapy 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



JANE KAREN MALETZ 

Publication 

80 Nahant Street 
Lvnn, Massachusetts 



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LINDA GERTRUDE MARGIL 

.English Education 

36 Pine Grove Avenue 
Sharon, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Father-Daughter Weekend 2; 
Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 



JUDITH ANN MARON 

French Education 

242 North Columbus Avenue 
Mount Vernon, New York 

Tennis Team 1; Le Cercle Vrangais 1, 
2, 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; Semester 
Abroad, France 3. 



SHEILA ANN MARR 
Government 

Mayflower Lane 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 

House Counselor 3; Government Intern- 
ship 4; Cap and Gown Co-Chairman 4. 





HEATHER (HEBERLING) 
MARSCHALL 

Retailing 

26 Carey Avenue 
Watertown, Massachusetts 



SHARON LEE MARTIN 

English Education 

37 Pigeon Hill Street 
Rockport, Massachusetts 

Glee Club 1, 2; Campus Guide 2; Bush 
Art Fund Bazaar 2; May Breakfast 
2; Fund Drive 2; Class Exec. Board 3; 
Olde English Dinner 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; Student Assistant 4. 



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MARY G. (NASON) MASON 
Retailing 

North Elm Street 
Yarmouth, Maine 

Campus Guide 2; Prince Club: Rep. 2, 
Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3. 




SHARON ROSALYN MEDOFF 

French Education 

87 Newton Avenue North 
Worcester, Massachusetts 

Simmons News 2; Dorm Social Activi- 
ties Chairman 2; House Counselor 3; Le 
Cercle Frangais 3, 4; Student Assistant 4. 





CHARLENE DEE McININCH 

Economics 

S'i Fifth Street 
Old Town, Maine 

Class Rep. 1; Spring Spree, Dinner 
Chairman 2. 



JANICE DIANA MARVIT 

Elementary Education 

11 Huron Drive 

West Hartford, Connecticut 



JOAN ELIZABETH MATHERS 

Publication 

555 School Street 
Belmont, Massachusetts 

Microcosm 4. 



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SUSAN iM. (BECK) 
Conmnmity Work 



MILLEN 



116 Sutherland Road 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Asst. Fire Captain 1; Swim Club 1; So- 
cial Relations 2, 3; Volunteer Work 3, 4. 




ASTRID HELGA MEERGANS 

Chemistry 

101 Locksley Road 
Lynnfield, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Ski Team, Captain 2, 
3, 4; Spring Spree, Commuter Booth Co- 
Chairman 3; Women's Intercollegiate 
Ski Conference Chairman 4; Recreation 
Association Rep. 4. 




SUSAN R. MILLER 
Publication 

109 Yorkshire Drive 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




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BONNIE FAYE MINTZ 

English Education 

106 Reading Street 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Drama Society 1. 



SUSAN A. MITCHELL 

Nursing 

78 Blake Street 
Mattapan, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Spring Spree 2; Anne 
Strong Club 3. 



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ANNE MARIE MITCHELL 
GoverniTient 

1150 Adams Street 
Dorchester, Massachusetts 

Commuter Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1, 2, 3; Le Cercle Frangais 3; 
Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; Chamber En- 
semble 3. 



ROBERTA M. MORRELL 
Home Economics 

130 North Street 
Methuen, Massachusetts 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Newman Club 
1, 2, Exec. Board 3, 4; Home Economics 
Club 2, Exec. Board 3, 4; Campus Guide 
2; Jr. Prom 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 





JOAN ELIZABETH MORRISON 

Biology 

26 Birch Road 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

Swim Club 1, 3; Newman Club: Public- 
ity Chairman 1, 2, 3, Senior Advisor 4; 
Campus Guide 2; Transfer Welcome 
Comm. 3; Roxbury Tutorial Program 4. 



MARY LOUISE MURPHY 

Chemistry 

74 Hastings Street 
Framingham, Massachusetts 

Spring Spree, Publicity Comm. 2; New- 
man Club, Commuter Rep. 3; Stu-G, 
Commuter Rep. 3, 4; Simmons Delegate 
to Boston Intercollegiate Council 4. 




SUSAN APRIL MOSKOWITZ 
History Education 

Su-Cray Farm 

Great Barrington, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
3. 



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NAOMI NAIERMAN 

Mathematics 

19 Sherman Street 
Portland, Maine 

Spring Spree, Dance Chairman 2; Dorm 
Social Activities Chairman 2; Dorm Fire 
Captain 3. 



MARGARET ANN (LAMM) 
NIBLETT 

Community Work 

1 Highwood Avenue 
Larchmont, Nevi^ York 

Campus Guide 2; Volunteer Work. 





BARBARA IRENE NORTH 

'Publication 

25 Fairview Terrace 
Wayne, New Jersey 



SUSAN A. OLLILA 
Business Administration 

Mountain Road 
Princeton, Massachusetts 



CAROL EVE NESSON 

Publication 

51 Beaconsfield Road 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Soph. Luncheon Co-Chairman 2; Spring 
Spree, Advertising Chairman 2; Simmons 
News: Reporter 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; 
NSA Rep. 3; Jr. Prom Chairman 3; 
Olde English Dinner, Entertainment 
Comm. 3. 



Glee Club 1; Potpourri 2; Dorm Vice- Prince Club 3, 4; Transferred from Uni- 
Pres. 3. versity of Michigan, 1964. 



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LINDA IRENE PEACOCK 

Government 

23 Sunset Road 
Stoneham, Massachusetts 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treas. 2; 
Christmas Cotillion Co-Chairman 3; 
Dorm Pres. 4. 



MARTHA JANE PARTRIDGE 

Nursing 

751 Roseland Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Anne Strong Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Recreation 
Association Rep. 2. 



STEPHANIE ANN PEARSE 

Business Administration 

Navesink Avenue 
Rumson, New Jersey 

Campus Guide 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
3; Bluettes 3, 4; Student Assistant 4. 






ELLEN VIDA PENAN 
Community Work 

125 Lincoln Street 
Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Drama Society 1, 2, 3; Young 
Democrats 1, 2, 3; Campus Guide 2; 
Volunteer Work 2, 3; Father-Daughter 
Weekend, Dutch Treat Supper Co-Chair- 
man 2; Students for a Democratic Society 
3; SCOPE Films Comm. 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3. 



REGINA ALLYN PERRY 

History Education 

111 Harlow Drive 
Amherst, Massachusetts 

NSA: Travel Rep. 2, Asst. Co-ordinator 
3; Volunteer Work 2. 



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SUSAN LORING PESNEL 

Psychology 

80 Darroch Road 
Delmar, New York 

Newman Club 1; Floor Rep. 2. 



JOAN CAROL PFITZENMAIER 

Physical Therapy 

1107 E. Darby Road 
Havertown, Pennsylvania 





KAREN LOIS PHILLIPS 

Sociology 

22 Brandon Road 
Milton, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1, 2; Volunteer Work 2; Speakers' 
Bureau 3. 



ELLEN MARJORIE (SIMONOVITZ) 
PHILLIPS 

120 Robin Road 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

Class Rep. 1; Song Fest, Invitation 
Comm. Chairman 1, 2; Fund Drive 1, 2; 
Daisy Chain 2. 




ESTELA C. PINERA 

French Liberal Arts 

102 East 22nd Street 
New York, New York 

Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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MARTHA LESLEY POGES 

English Education 

144 Broadway 
Wakefield, Massachusetts 

Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Sec. 
1, 2; Campus Guide 2; SCOPE Arts 
Comm. 3, Chairman 4. 





SUSAN TEIL PLUMMER 

Mathematics 

820 Brodhead Street 
Easton, Pennsylvania 

Speakers' Bureau 1, 2; Spring Spree 2; 
Floor Rep. 2; Transfer Welcome Comm. 
3. 



JUDITH PATRICIA POWERS 

Psychology 

61 Avalon Road 

West Roxburv, Massachusetts 

Swim Club 3, 4; Transfer Welcome 
Comm., Publicity Chairman 3, 4; New- 
man Club 3, 4; Psychology Club, Public- 
ity Comm. 4; Transferred from Merri- 
mack College, 1963. 




JANE ELLEN POWERS 
Publication 

660 Oleander Drive 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



ANDREA PRATT 

Government 

\T1 Waranoke Road 
Manchester, Connecticut 



Dorm Asst. Social Activities Chairman Campus Guide 2; Daisy Chain 2; 

3; Sailing Club 3; Transferred from SCOPE Lectures Comm. 3, 4; Stu-G 

Bates College, 1964. Rep. 3; Transfer Welcome Comm. 3; 

House Counselor 4. 



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BEVERLY JUNE PRAY 
Physical Therapy 

2 Robin Street 
Clemson, South Carolina 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Dorm Treas. 2; 
Physical Therapy Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Wel- 
come Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 3. 



MARCIA LORRAINE PRESTON 

Business Adrninistration 

32 Frost Road 
Belmont, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Business Club 2; Floor 
Rep. 2; Prince Club 2, 3, 4; Speakers' 
Bureau 3, 4; Young Republicans 4. 



SANDRA JEANNE PRESTON 
Business Administration 

45 Corning Street 
Beverly, Massachusetts 

Spring Spree 2; Dorm Sec. 3; Jr. Wel- 
come Comm. 3. 





JUDITH (ZIPKIN) PUTZEL 

Publication 

43 Colborne Road 
Brighton, Massachusetts 

Dorm Fire Captain 2; House Counselor 
3. 



CHERYL LINDA PRIVEN 

Psychology 

196 Winchester Street 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1, 2; Campus Guide 2; May 
Breakfast 3; Psychology Club 3, 4; Class 
Rep. 4. 



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SANDRA JEAN RANKINS 

History Liberal Arts 

37 Orchard Road 
Skaneateles, New York 

Father-Daughter Weekend 2; Soph. 
Luncheon 2; SCOPE Arts Comm. 3, 4. 



MARSHA SUSAN (LIBERMAN) 
RABINOWITZ 

Psychology 



136 Oxford Street 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 



Jr. Welcome Comm. 
chology Club 3, 4. 



3; S.D.S. 3; Psy- 





MELANIE REIL 

English Education 

Black's Hill Road 
Shelton, Connecticut 

Father-Daughter Weekend 2; Spring 
Spree, Dorm Booth Chairman 2; Dorm 
Social Activities Chairman 3. 



ELAINE R. RATNER 

Publication 

399 Prospect Street 

Fall River, Massachusetts 



PAMELA PHILLIPS RAYMOND 

Nursing 

1011 West 111th Street 
Foxcroft, Kansas City, Missouri 



Hillel 1, 2; Class Rep. 2; Dorm Sec. 3; Anne Strong Club 2, 3, 4; Dorm Fire 
Dorm Pres. 4. Captain 2. 



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ELLEN JANE RIFKIN 

CoTnmunity Work 

170 Ray Road 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Dorm Social 
Activities Chairman 2; Volunteer Work 
2; House Counselor 3; Dorm Pres. 4. 




MARGARET ANNE ROEMER 
Business Administration 

Scopena Plantation 
Route 1, Box 434 
Bossier City, Louisiana 

Business Club 1, 2; Tennis Team 1, Cap- 
tain 2, 3, 4; Dorm Treas. 2; House 
Counselor 3 ; Student Assistant 4. 



MAUREEN L. RIORDAN 

History Education 

2 Magnolia Place 
Middletown, Connecticut 

Recreation Association Rep. 1; House 
Counselor 3; Olde English Dinner 3; 
Christmas Cotillion, Invitation Chairman 
3. 





CAROLE E. RICE 

Elementary Education 

41 Harvard Street 
Chelsea, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Commuter Organization 1, 2; 
Le Cercle Franpais 2; Campus Guide 2. 



NAIDA ELLEN (HERSHFIELD) 
RODMAN 

Elementary Education 

17- A Kensington Park 
Lynn, Massachusetts 

Swim Club 1; Campus Guide 2. 



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PATRICIA LYNN ROLLINS 
Community Work 

936 Liberty Street 
Franklin, Pennsylvania 

Campus Guide 2; Social Relations: 
Comm. Chairman 3, Rep. 4; Volunteer 
Work; Second Semester at Butler Col- 
lege, 1965. 



RONALIE ANNE ROOT 

English Education 

264 Ray Street 

A'lanchester, New Hampshire 

Young RepubHcans 1; Potpourri 2; 
Campus Guide 2; Speakers' Bureau 2, 3; 
Olde EngHsh Dinner 3; House Counse- 
lor 3 ; Student Assistant 4. 






MARGARET ANN ROSENKRANZ 
Physical Therapy 

80 Whitehall Road ^ 

Rockville Centre, New York 

Campus Guide 2; May Breakfast, Cos- 
tume Chairman 2; Volunteer Work 2; 
Physical Therapy Club Class Rep. 3. 




KATHY RACHEL ROSEN 

Community Work 

5830 Aylesboro Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Class Honor Board Rep. 1, 2; Campus 
Guide 2; House Counselor 3; Library 
Comm. 4; Stu-G, Second Vice-Pres. 4. 




k 



JEANNE DORIS ROSEN 
Retailing 

5704 Northumberland Street 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Glee Club 1; Prince Club 2, 3. 



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JUDITH ALLIE SACHS 

Home Economics 

15 Midland Terrace 
Yonkers, New York 

Speakers' Bureau 1; Fund Drive Chair- 
man 1; Potpourri 2; Campus Guide 2; 
Spring Spree, Booth Chairman 2; Skit 
Night Co-Chairman 3; Dorm Vice-Pres. 
3, 



HELEN VICTORIA RULE 

^ Physical Therapy 

Burlington Road 
Burlington, Connecticut 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Campus Guide 
2; Physical Therapy Club: Sec.-Treas. 2, 
3, Pres. 4; House Counselor 3, 4. 





MYRNA BETH SACHS 

Publication 

8118 Westmoreland 
Clayton, Missouri 

Freshman Office Staff 1; 
Bureau 2; Campus Guide 2; 



Speakers' 
Sifnmons 



CAROL LYNN ROSENSTOCK 

Publication 

120 Euclid Avenue 
Albany, New York 

Glee Club 2; Soph Workshop 2. 



AMY (KATEMAN) RUBIN 
English Education 

Westgate 808 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Potpourri 2; SCOPE Films Comm. 3. 



News, Asst. Technical Editor 2; Spring 
Spree Chairman 2; SCOPE, Vice-Pres. 3; 
Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; Stu-G, Social 
Activities Chairman 4; Simmons College 
Handbook, Editor 4. 



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PATRICIA SACKMAN 

Elementary Education 

111 Bridge Street 
Stamford, Connecticut 

Father-Daughter Weekend 2; Campus 
Guide 2; Modern Dance Club, Vice- 
Pres. 4. 



JUDITH ELIZABETH 
SAN CLEMENTE 
French Education 

53 Everett Street 
Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4; Le Cercle 
Frangais, Pres. 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; 
Christmas Cotillion 3. 



PATRICIA MARY SANTOLIQUIDO 

Chevnstry 

115 Mary Street 
Arlington, Massachusetts 

Drama Society: Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; 
Simmons News, Technical Editor 2, 3; 
Olde English Dinner, Entertainment 
Comm. Co-Chairman 3. 






SANDRA SANCUK 

Home Econoinics 

88 Lake Shore Road 
Brighton, Massachusetts 

Newman Club: Publicity Co-Chairman 
1, 2, Religious Chairman 4; Mass. Home 
Economics Association, College Chapter 
Rep. and Treas. 3; Home Economics 
Club, Vice-Pres. 4. 



ADRIANA BEATRICE SANDI 

Finance 

764 Mount Auburn Street 
Watertown, Massachusetts 

Commuter Organization 1, 2, 4; Spring 
Spree 2; Campus Guide 2. 



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LESLIE NAN SAVELL 
Elementary Education 

138 Woodridge Avenue 
Fairfield, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; Fund Drive 2; Young 
Democrats 3; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; Jr. 
Prom, Publicity Comm. 3. 



EDIE FLORENCE SCHAEFFER 

Retailing 

1573 Warner Road 
Meadowbrook, Pennsylvania 

Class Rep. 1; Prince Club 2, Class Rep. 
3, Treas. 4; Dorm Social Activities 
Chairman 3; Young Republicans 3; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3; Microcosm, Adver- 
tising Manager 4. 





MARY JANE (HERRON) SOOTT 

Home Econoinics Education 

18 Hazel Park 
Everett, Massachusetts 

Transferred from Ohio University, 1964. 



SANDRA SCHENKEL 

Psychology 

176 Warwick Avenue 
Palisade, New Jersey 

Hillel 1, 2; Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3; 
Campus Guide 2; Dorm Asst. Fire Cap- 
tain 2; International Relations Associa- 
tion Rep. 4. 




JOAN HARRIET SCHLEZINGER 

Psychology 

21 U Bryden Road 
Columbus, Ohio 

Dorm Treas. 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
Psychology Club 3, Pres. 4. 



3; 



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JUDITH LOUISE SCHMIDT 

Mathematics 

5 Chauncey Avenue 
East Orange, New Jersey 

Newman Club 3, 4; Young Democrats 3; 
House Counselor 4; Transferred from 
Regis College, 1964. 






DORIS ELIZABETH SHERMAN 

Home Economics 

138 Spruce Drive 
Westwood, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Home Economics 
Club 2, 3. 



JILL LESLIE SENFT 

Publication 

35 Sutton Place 

New York, New York 

Olde English Dinner, Entertainment 
Comm. 2; Soph. Luncheon, Entertain- 
ment Chairman 2; Spring Spree, Booth 
Chairman 2; Dorm Social Activities 
Chairman 2; Junior Prom, Invitation and 
Programs Chairman 3; Recreation As- 
sociation Rep. 3; Microcosm, Literary 
Editor 4. 




DONNA SERVETNICK 

Hom.e Economics Education 

34 Philip Street 
Haverhill, Massachusetts 



SUSAN ANNE SHAW 
Fublication 

23 Alger Street 
Adams, Massachusetts 



Home Economics Club 2, 3; Jr. Wei- Campus Guide 2; Microcosm, Technical 
come Comm. 3. Co-Editor 4. 



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BARBARA ANN SCHOENFELD 
French Education 

211 Curtis Street 
Meriden, Connecticut 

Campus Guide 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 
3; Le Cercle Frangais, Sec. 3; Dorm So- 
cial Activities Chairman 3; Christmas 
Cotillion 3; Dorm Pres. 4. 



MARION SUE SCHONBRUNN 

Nursing 

8 Berkeley Road 
Scarsdale, New York 

Glee Club 1; Freshman Office StaflF 1; 
Arne Strong Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; Bush Art Fund Bazaar Co- 
Chairman 3; Class Rep. 3. 



ELAINE MYRA SCHULTZ 

Elementary Education 

125 Coolidge Road 
Worcester, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1, Vice-Pres. 2; Luncheon 
Menu Comm. Chairman 2; Dorm Sec. 3, 
4. 





RENA JOY SHILLER 

EleTnentary Education 

18 South Main Street 
Liberty, New York 

Hillel 1; Spring Spree 2. 



LINDA KAREN SERFILIPPI 

Mathematics 

20 Bowdoin Street 
Arlington, Massachusetts 

Basketball Team 1, 2, Co-Captain 3; 
Class Exec. Board Commuter Rep. 2; 
Spring Spree, Publicity Chairman 2; 
Recreation Association Rep. 3; Jr. Prom, 
Decoration Comm. Chairman 3; Jr. 
Welcome Comm. 3; Class Sec. 4. 



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CATHERINE McINTIRE SMITH 

Community Work 

229 Chestnut Street 
Englewood, New Jersey 

Swim Club 1; Dorm Asst. Fire Captain 
1; Dorm Fire Captain 2; Spring Spree 2; 
Volunteer Work 3. 



EDWINA AURELIA SIMPSON 

Matheviatics 

69 Witch Path 

West Springfield, Massachusetts 

Transferred from Western New Eng- 
land College, 1963. 





JOAN ELEANORA SMITH 

Matheviatics 

213 Murray Avenue 
Larchmont, New York 

Class Honor Board Rep. 4. 



BEVERLY SUSAN SILVER 

Fublication 

190 Moss Hill Road 
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Class Pres. 2, 3. 



CAROL RUTH SIMON 

History Liberal Arts 

1498 Robeson Street 
Fall River, Massachusetts 



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SUSAN ELLEN SMITH 
English Education ■ 

169 Judwin Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 

Soph. Workshop, Steering Comm. 2; 
SCOPE Lectures Comm. 2; Jr. Wel- 
come Entertainment Comm. Co-Chair- 
man 3. 




SYLVIA PERRY SMITH 

Home Economics 

3 Locust Road 

Wellesley Farms, Massachusetts 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Christian Science Or- 
ganization: Sec. 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 3; 
Home Economics Club 3, 4; Inter-Faith 
Comm. 3. 



MARY ELLEN (BELL) 
SOMERVILLE 

Elementary Education 

7 Euston Street 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2; 
Campus Guide 2; Transfer Welcome 
Comm. 3; Speakers' Bureau 3; Academy 
4. 




SARA FRANCES SMITH 

Publication 

R.F.D. 4 
Searcy, Arkansas 

SCOPE Arts Comm. L 



SUZANNE P. SMITH 
Nursing 

11 Old Brook Road 

Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; House Counselor 3. 



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RENEE (ZIPSER) SPRING 

Psychology 

210 West 78th Street 
New York, New York 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Spring Spree 2; 
Volunteer Work 2; Dorm Social Activi- 
ties Chairman 2; SCOPE Lectures 
Comm. 2; Class Exec. Board 3; Jr. Wel- 
come Exec. Board 3. 



DALE HELEN STEFFENS 

Psychology 

73 Fashion Drive 
Warwick, Rhode Island 

Speakers' Bureau 1; May Breakfast, Song 
Chairman 2; Christmas Cotillion, Public- 
ity Chairman 3; Welcome Entertain- 
ment Comm. Co-Chairman 3; Dorm 
Vice-Pres. 4; Microcosm, Art Editor 4. 





ROSE-ANN STARGARDTER 

English Liberal Arts 

28-46 41st Street 
Astoria, New York 

Campus Guide 2; Soph. Workshop 2; 
Academic Affairs Comm. 4; Academy 4. 



MARY JANE STUEBNER 

Community Work 

410 North Newstead Avenue 
St. Louis, Missouri 

Tennis Team 3, 4; Recreation Associa- 
tion, Vice-Pres. 4; Transferred from 
Southern Methodist University, 1964. 




SUSAN GAIL (BERCH) STONE 

English Education 

54 Lancaster Terrace 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Hillel 1; Campus Guide 2. 



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G. ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND 

Nursing 

4006 Alta Vista Lane 
Dallas, Texas 

Swim Club 1, Treas. 3; Campus Guide 2; 
School of Nursing: SNAM Rep. 2; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Comm. 4; Anne Strong 
Club 2, Treas. 4; House Counselor 3; 
Student Assistant 4. 



SYLVIA ANN STURM 
Business Administration 

759 South Road 

Rye Beach, New Hampshire 

Dorm Social Activities Co-Chairman 3, 
4. 





NANCY WILMA TABENKIN 
Mathematics 

65 Club Road 

Upper Montclair, New Jersey 

Hillel: Inter-Boston Council Rep. 1, 2, 
Vice-Pres. 3; Class Rep. 2; Student Zion- 
ist Organization: Vice-Pres. 2, Regional 
Projects Chairman and Pres. 3. 



ELLEN MALLORY SWEET 

Biology 

42 Salisbury Street 
Winchester, Massachusetts 



CLARA MAY TAKESIAN 

Mathematics 

603 River Street 
Haverhill, Massachusetts 



Campus Guide 2; Transfer Welcome Glee Club: 1, Personnel Manager 2, 
Comm. 3. Manager 3, 4; Academy 4. 



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GRACE MARY THORNE 

Biology 

28 Charles Street 
Framingham, Massachusetts 

Commuter Organization 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DIANE NEALIE TEMPLE 

Retailing 

1 1 Slocumb Place 
Medwav% Massachusetts 

Dorm Asst. Social Activities Chairman 
1; Prince Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY JEAN TEPPER 
Efiglish Education 

56 Highcrest Road 

Fall River, Massachusetts 

Swim Club 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3; Sinmwns 

News 3. 




ANNE LOUISE TAMAGNO 

Econofnics 

2 Dinsmore Avenue 
Framingham, Massachusetts 




NANCY LEE THOMPSON 

Nursing 

71 Hildurcrest Drive 
Simsbury, Connecticut 

Bluettes 1, 3, 4, Manager 2; Anne Strong 
Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Board Rep. 3. 



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SUSAN M. VanWATERS 

Nursing 

99 Prospect Street 
Sherborn, Massachusetts 

SCOPE Rep. 1; Class Rep. 1; Glee Club 
2, 3; Campus Guide 2; House Counselor 
3; Anne Strong Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BETTE EVE UHRMACHER 

Publication 

3531 Westcliffe Road 
Fort Worth, Texas 

Simmons News 1; Floor Rep. 2; Campus 
Guide 2; Skit Night, Dorm Chairman 3; 
House Counselor 3; Stu-G Rep. 3; 
Speakers' Bureau 3, 4. 





HSUEH LIE UONG 

Ho?ne Economics Education 

459 Lindell Avenue 
Leominster, Massachusetts 

Home Economics Club 3, 4; Transferred 
from Boston University, 1964. 



NATALIE JANE VARLEY 

Publication 

87 Lincoln Avenue 
Amherst, Massachusetts 

Class Rep. 1; Campus Guide 2; Bush Art 
Fund Bazaar Chairman 2; House Coun- 
selor 3; Potpourri 2, 3; SCOPE Arts 
Comm. 3; Drama Society 3, 4; Micro- 
cosm, Editor 4. 





MARGARET JEAN TREMENTOZZI 

Elejnentary Education 

55 South Tallyho Drive 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Academy 4. 



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PATRICIA HELEN WACHTA 

Home Econoviics 

15 Collins Avenue 
Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

Sinnnons News 1; Basketball Team 1; 
Newman Club: Rep. 1, 4, Social Activi- 
ties Chairman 2, Pres. 3; Campus Guide 
2; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4; Home 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4. 





ELIZABETH ANN WALLIN 
Nursing 

56 Smith Road 
Milton, Massachusetts 

Campus Guide 2; Anne Strong Club: 
Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Academy 4. 




RAPHAELA PATRICIA VENDETTI 

Home Economics 

115 Curve Street 
Dedham, Massachusetts 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Econom- 
ics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commuter Organiza- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4. 




IRENE MARY WALLACE 

Finance 

28 Pleasant Garden Road 
Canton, Massachusetts 

Swim Club 1. 



SANDRA ELIZABETH WALSH 

History Education 

R.F.D. 

Vinalhaven, Maine 

Hostess, President's Reception 2. 



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VIRGINIA FLORENCE 
(WRIGHT) WEBER 

Elementary Education 

27 Park Drive 
Boston, Alassachusetts 




BARBARA ANN WALZER 
Publication 

2 Cameron Place 

New Rochelle, New York 

Simmons News 2; Dorm Social Activi- 
ties Chairman 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 





I 



CLAIRE ANN WASHBURN 
History Education 

84 Oakland Avenue 
Gloversville, New York 

Freshman Office Staff 1; Newman Club 
2. 




JUDITH MARION WEINER 

French Education 

229 Bradley Street 
Portland, Maine 

Le Cercle Frangais, Pres. 2; Campus 
Guide 2; Spring Spree, Publicity Comm. 
2; Jr. Year Abroad, France 3. 



CAROLYN DIANNE WENDEL 

English Liberal Arts 

40 Boyden Avenue 
Maplewood, New Jersey 

Class Pres. 1; Glee Club 1; Academic 
Affairs Comm. 2; Campus Guide 2; Stu- 
G Rep. 3; SCOPE Exec. Comm. 3; 
Academv 3. 



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NANCY MARIE WESTOVER 

Che?7nstry 

150 Pacella Drive 
Dedham, Alassachusetts 

Newman Club 1, 2; Sailing Club 3, 4; 
Spring Spree, Commuter Booth Co- 
Chairman 3. 



MARY ELIZABETH (STIER) 
WHITESIDE 

Eleine7itary Education 

Park Drive 

Middlebury, Connecticut 

Swim Club 1; Floor Rep. 2; Stu-G Rep. 
3; Speakers' Bureau Chairman 3; Dorm 
Pres. 4. 





CAROL WOODBERRY 

Retailing 

1454 Massachusetts Avenue 
Lexington, Massachusetts 

Swim Club 1; Class Treas. 1; Spring 
Spree, Treas. 2; Prince Club 2, 3, 4; 
Speakers' Bureau 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm., Headquarters Co-Chairman 3. 



SANDRA CAROL (JOHNSON) 
WINQUIST 

Home Economics 

31 Peterborough Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Glee Club 1, 2; Home Economics Club, 
Social Activities Chairman 2, 3. 



ROSE STANDISH 
WOODARD 

History Education 



(BRYANT) 



76 West Street 

Beverly Farms, Massachusetts 

Glee Club 1, 2, Social Activities Man- 
ager 3; Recreation Association, Rep. and 
Sec. 1, 2. 



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JACQUELINE (COPELAND) 
BEECHER 

Elementary Education 

43 Oakwood Avenue 
Rye, New York 



RUTH ISOBEL KLAINER 

Biology 

61 Mapleshade Avenue 
Pearl River, New York 

Transferred from Russell Sage College, 
1964. 



JANE (SNYDER) KAATZ 

History Education 

1714 West Touhy Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 

Glee Club 1; Freshman OfRce Staff 1; 
CaiTipus Guide 2; Transferred to North- 
western, 1965. 



PENNY ROSE (MONSEIN) 

BENNETT 

Psychology 

173 Park Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Class Pres. 1; Spring Spree Co-Chairman 
2; Campus Guide 2; Honor Board Rep. 
2; Stu-G Rep. 2, 3. 



JOANNE MARIE BIANCO 

Psychology 

924 Edgewater Avenue 
Ridgefield, New Jersey 

Volunteer Work 1; Simmons News 3. 



HELEN LINDA BLAKER 

Economics 

8 North Circle 
Yardlev, Pennsylvania 

Simmons News 1; Recreation Associar 
tion, Treas. 1; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3; 
Washington Semester Student 4. 



DOROTHY (GABELL) HERRON 

Nursing 

131 Park Drive, Apt. 27 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Volunteer Work 1; Recreation Associa- 
tion Rep. 2; Jr. Welcome Comm. 3. 



JOYCE E. GOLDIE 

Nursing 

121 Park Drive 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Transferred from Presbyterian Hospital, 
Newark, New Jersey, 1964. 



BARBARA ANN MILES 

Nursing 

93 North Street 
Buckland, Massachusetts 

Transferred from Massachusetts General 
Hospital, 1964. 



ALLYN PETERSON 

Retailing 

Independence Road 
Concord, Massachusetts 

Prince Club 3, 4; Transferred from Uni- 
versity of Connecticut, 1964 



JANE SAMUELS 
Chemistry 

21 Elm Street 

Deep River, Connecticut 




CAROL J. WEINSTOCK 

English Education 

74 The Fenway 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Datebook, Asst. Editor 2; Olde English 
Dinner Chairman 3. 



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PATRICIA ELLEN WRIGHT 

Mathematics 

93 North Beacon Street 
Hartford, Connecticut 

Transfer Welcome Comm. 3; Jr. Prom 
Art Comm. 3. 




MAY DENISE WU 

Publication 



EDITH PATRICIA WHITE 

Nursing 



1352 Park Avenue 
Plainfield, New Jersey 



50 Junction Road 1st Floor 
Kowloon, Hongkong B.C.C. 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Campus Guide 2; I°^"& Republicans. Sec. 1 Executive 
c ■ c -, r>i T- T) J -. Comm. Chairman 2, Pres. 3, 4; Glee 

Sprmg Spree 2; Class Exec. Board 2; Qub 1, 2, 3; Dorm Treas. 3. 
Drama Society, Treas. 2, 3; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; Datebook, Editor 3; Danielson 
Memorial Award 3; SCOPE Arts 
Comm. 3, 4; Microcosm, Photography 
Editor 4; Stu-G, Treas. 4. 




RENeE LINDA POCRASS 

Econom.ics 

26 Norwick Drive 
Youngstown, Ohio 

Dorm Fire Captain 2; Jr. Welcome 
Comm. 3; May Breakfast 3; Dorm Social 
Chairman 3; Olde English Dinner Chair- 
man 3; Stu-G, Pres. 4. 

BARBARA D. RUBIN 

Home Economics 

7 1 Overlook Park 

Newton Center, Massachusetts 

JULIE ANN (TAXMAN) STRACKS 
Publication 

4716 North Wilshire 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



MARY ASHTON ZEARFOSS 

Nursi7ig 

8218 West Boulevard Drive 
Alexandria, Virginia 

Glee Club 1, 2; Blazer Comm. Co-Chair- 
man 1; Simmons Night at Pops Co- 
Chairman 1; Bluettes 3, 4; Class Exec. 
Board 3, 4; Honor Board Rep. 3, 4; 
Anne Strong Club, Program Chairman 4. 



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Change is in 
the metamorphasis 




of young women, . . . 




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. . . achieving an 
identity by 

overcoming challenges, 
making decisions, 
and assimilating 
new experiences. 




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SUE SHAW, ELLEN EPSTEIN 




JILL SENFT 



MICROCOSM STAFF 

N. Varley Editor 

Ellen Epstein Assistant Editor 

Susan Shaw Technical Co-Editors 

Janet Davidson 

Jill-Leslie Senft Literary Editor 

Joan Mathers Assistant Literary Editor 

May Wu Photography Editor 

Kathy Lalley Assistant Photographers 

Lois Kapitula 

Laurie Bromberg Technical Assistants 

Mary Hauser 

Nancy Coughlin Circulation Manager 

Edith Schaeffer Advertising Manager 

Barbara Kugell Assistant Advertising Manager 

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DALE STEEPENS 




JAN DAVIDSON 




PATRONS 



Dr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Abrams 
Mr. James A. Beattie 
Mrs. Jefts G. Beede 
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Blank 
Mrs. Daniel Brams 
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott D. Braun 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Cooper 
Mr. and Mrs. Denis A. Courtney 
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dabrowski 
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Doughty 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duguid 
Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Dulac 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dunston 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Eaton 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Epstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Field, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Fleisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Garber 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glanzrock 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Goldberg 
Dr. and Mrs. S. Goldwasser 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Goodwin 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Gray- 
Mrs. Ruth H. Harris 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Herman 
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Kateman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Kichler 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Korenyi 
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel E. Kugell 
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Compliments of the 

SIMMONS 

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STORE 




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to the 

Class of 1966 

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Boston, Massachusetts 
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